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anddev.org • View topic - Clean up

Clean up

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Clean up

Postby anarche » Wed Jun 23, 2010 2:58 am

Would it possible (and not too much of a pain in the ass) for admin to clear out the post-database for the forum to remove all of the "I want to do x, how do I do this?" posts that nobody replies to.

It strikes me that these posts provide false positives to the search returns, frustrating newbies, causing them to post a bunch of things that have already been posted.

Any thoughts? plusminus - this possible?
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